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Re: How to restore the default top panel in xfce4

On Sat,02.Aug.08, 12:54:51, Michael Yang wrote:
> Hi:
> I'm meeting a problem on xfce4 panel after I did a full package upgrade (no
> dist-upgrade), debian lenny/sid 2.6.24-1, xfce4.4-2, xfce4-panel 4.4.-2-6.
> My default top panel with the task list, workspaces was becoming bigger
> after the upgrade, and I couldn't get it back to normal by modifying the
> properties of the panel. So I removed the panel, and tried to add a new
> panel. But there is no option for the newly added panel to be placed at the
> top of screen. I have to get the previously removed panel back because I
> want one panel be on top of the screen.
> Does any one know how to do that?

Right-click an existing panel and choose "Customize Panel" (or Main Menu 
-> Settings -> Panel Manager). Click on the "+" to create a new panel. 
In the lower part of the window there is a square consisting of 12 
segments (3 for each side of the square) representing all possible 
positions for a "Fixed Position" panel. Click on the one you want.

If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.
(Albert Einstein)

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